Conectándonos a la consola serie del FAS2020 accedemos a la BMC (Baseboard Management Controller), lo que nos permite obtener el status de la cabina (logs, estado de los sensores…).

Los siguientes comandos los ejecutamos asistidos por el equipo de soporte de NetApp a raíz de una incidencia:

bmc shell*-> priv set advanced
Warning: These commands are for diagnostics and test purposes and
should only be used as advised by your equipment vendor.

bmc shell*-> system log
Sat Sep 13 10:00:00 CEST [tshesbarst01: kern.uptime.filer:info]: 10:00am up 728 days, 9 mins, 355374083 NFS ops, 54155994090 CIFS ops, 132 HTTP ops, 0 FCP ops, 11 iSCSI ops
Sat Sep 13 10:51:23 CEST [tshesbarst01: nbt.WINS.registrationTimeout:info]: NBT: No WINS server are responding. The filer will continue to try to register with WINS.
(…)

bmc shell*-> events all
Event TimeStamp Id Sensor Description
—————————————————————–
1 12/29/2011 19:06:30 GMT #77 1.1V Below Crit-Low (1109 mV <= 2997 mV )
2 12/29/2011 19:06:35 GMT #77 1.1V Above Crit-Low (1109 mV > 0 mV )
(…)
121 11/17/2013 13:23:46 GMT #51 Batt Temp Above Warn-High (45 C >= 45 C )
122 11/17/2013 16:06:01 GMT #51 Batt Temp Below Warn-High (43 C < 45 C )

bmc shell*-> sensors show
Name State Id Reading Crit-Low Warn-Low Warn-High Crit-High
————————————————————————————-
1.1V Normal #77 1109 mV 955 mV — — 1239 mV
1.2V Normal #76 1215 mV 1038 mV — — 1357 mV
1.5V Normal #75 1498 mV 1309 mV — — 1699 mV
1.8V Normal #74 1817 mV 1569 mV — — 2029 mV
(…)
bmc shell*-> priv set
bmc shell ->

Una lista de los comandos básicos a través de BMC: What is a Baseboard Management Controller (BMC) and how do I use it?